India sides with Israel in UN for the first time


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On June 6 the Indian government for the first time voted in support of Israel and its motion against a Palestinian non-governmental organization linked to jihadi terrorist groups.

The vote took place on June 6, just weeks after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his allies won a two-thirds majority in the Indian general elections. Since Modi took office in May 2014, India has mostly abstained from voting on UN resolutions targeting the Jewish state but has shied away from siding with Israel at the international body.

…By backing Israel at the UN, Prime Minister Modi has finally broken away from the country’s historical voting pattern of siding with the Arab and Muslim countries.

Modi’s landslide election victory probably helped bring about this change of position. I also suspect that Trump’s decision to cut off funds from Hamas and other Palestinian terrorist organizations, while moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, also made it easier for Modi to make this change. Trump has essentially said that the Palestinian emperor has no clothes (ie they are not interested in peace, only killing Jews), and this has allowed many others to chime in as well.

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3 comments

  • Phill O

    Thanks for picking this one up. Yes, a positive move to say the least!

    The Trump factor may be based on people no longer willing to give the elites power.

  • Steve H.

    President Trump likely has set some massive wheels in motion. His odds on getting any credit for this is near zero.

  • wayne

    Mark Levin:
    ‘1,000 Years From Now’ Trump ‘Will Be Remembered’ For Recognizing Israeli Sovereignty
    March 2019
    https://youtu.be/tL6vbcTCbNY
    2:54

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